EUR/JPY rebounded from the 123.00 level on the H4. The pair formed a “piercing line” pattern.
EUR/USD and its patterns
Information is not investment advice
EUR/USD stabilized last week around 1.1180. The price action seen at the H4 chart resembles an inverted “Head and Shoulders” pattern with a neckline at 1.1250. The size of the pattern assumes that the euro might be able to recover to 1.1320 area. The bigger resistance is at 1.1350 (100-day MA). This level will likely limit any possible advance of the euro and attract plenty of sellers.
At the same time, if EUR/USD slides below 1.1250, the targets will be at 1.1230 and 1.1190.
Volatility will be high on Wednesday due to the press conference of the European Central Bank at 15:30 MT time. Given the fundamentals, buy trades seem to be riskier than sell trades for the euro.
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